Car dealers demand explanation for prolonged closure of Car marts
By TVC News Nigeria
24 November 2019 | 3:23 pm
Car dealers in Lagos have asked the Nigerian Customs Service to stop its undue harassment on them, as no reason was given for the closure of their marts by the agency.
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